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NanoEngineering Group

Tawfique Hasan

Welcome new members to NanoEngineering Group

21 October 2022

We have Ms. Sibghah Khan and Mr. Zesheng Chen joining our group as MPhil students this year. Warmest welcome!

Welcome Prof. Taza Gul to NanoEngineering Group

6 April 2022

We have Prof. Taza Gul joining our group as a visiting scholar and he will be with us for nine months. Warmest welcome!

Welcome Dr. Guolin Yun to NanoEngineering Group

22 March 2022

We have Dr. Guolin Yun joining our group as a Newton International Fellow and he will be with us for two years. Warmest welcome!

Welcome new members to NanoEngineering Group

29 October 2020

We have five new members joining our group this year, including one Postdoctoral Research Associate, two PhD studetns, and two MPhil students. Warmest welcome!

Ozzy featured in The Cambridge Life interview

23 October 2020

As a self-confessed comic addict, our Osarenkhoe Ogbeide (Ozzy) sees beyond the superhero to the scientist. He is recently featured in an interview by The Cambridge Life. Proud of him!

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Ozzy featured in Churchill College news

1 October 2020

Osarenkhoe Ogbeide (Ozzy) advocated for Churchill College to fly the Pan-African flag for the first time to celebrate Black History Month. 

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Coffee stains inspire optimal printing technique for electronics

12 August 2020

Using an alcohol mixture, we modified how ink droplets dry, enabling cheap industrial-scale printing of electronic devices at unprecedented scales.

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Nanowires replace Newton’s famous glass prism

6 September 2019

We have designed an ultra-miniaturised device that could image single cells without the need for a microscope or make chemical fingerprint analysis possible from within a smartphone camera.

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Breakthrough ink discovery could transform the production of new laser and optoelectronic devices

17 August 2017

We recently developed an ink formulation that enables highly uniform inkjet printing and does not degrade in the ambient environment, bringing large arrays of 2D material-based light sensors closer to reality.

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Leaf vein structure could hold key to extending battery life

6 April 2017

We recently discovered that the natural structure found within leaves could improve the performance of everything from rechargeable batteries to high-performance gas sensors.

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New graphene based inks for high-speed manufacturing of printed electronics

19 October 2015

We recently developed a low-cost, high-speed method for printing electronics using graphene and other conductive materials that could open up a wide range of commercial applications.

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